the Youth Arts Series Fall Break Halloween Art Camp 2022

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Monday, October 3, 2022 - 8:00am to Friday, October 7, 2022 - 12:00pm

the Youth Arts Series Fall Break Halloween Art Camp 2022

Program Description

Halloween Art Camp is back! After a 3 year pandemic hiatus our spookiest and kookiest art camp has returned. 

We find ourselves on a journey through a haunted forest where spooky creatures and enchanted art adventures await. 

Join us as we create pieces to be displayed in our 3rd Annual Haunted House. Through their classes students will learn a variety of techniques ranging from painting, natural fiber work, paper sculpture and more. We will be collectively creating our haunted and enchanted forest themed haunted house. In addition to the art techniques, students will build their communication and teamwork skills while contributing to this collaboration.

The Haunted House will open to the public at the end of the week and the student’s creations will remain on view until the end of October. The Haunted House is a fundraiser for the Youth Arts Series. Proceeds from entry will go toward continuing youth programs at EHCC throughout the year.

Fall Break: October 3–7, 2022 (Monday–Friday)

8:00 AM–12:00 Noon

Ages 8–14

Please Note:

  • EHCC is no longer requiring that students be vaccinated against COVID19, however we will require face masks be worn by all students and staff in the classroom spaces.

  • The Youth Arts Series Refund Policy: If a student is unable to attend class due to illness, cold/flu like symptoms, or other health related issue, a full refund will be issued. If a student is unable to attend due to non-health related issues, a full refund will be issued if cancellation is prior to the registration deadline; if after the registration deadline but prior to the start of class a 50% refund will be issued; and no refund will be issued after the first day of class.

Deadline to register is Friday September 23 by 4:00 PM

Enrollment Fee

$150 per week  - EHCC Members

$177 per week - Non EHCC Members

ALL SUPPLIES INCLUDED

SPACES ARE LIMITED


To register for classes: Limited spaces remaining, please contact yas@ehcc.org to check on availability. 

Daily schedule for the week:

7:30-8:00 Drop off

8:00-9:00 Class 1

9:00-9:20 Break time

9:20-10:20 Class 2

10:20-10:45 snack time

10:45-11:45 Class 3

12:00-12:30 Pick up

Instructors

  • Spooky Sculpture (upcycle sculpture)

    Lisa Hiraishi's picture
    Bio:
    Lisa Hiraishi graduated from the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo with her B.A in Art in 2022. She is currently working as a member of Public Information &Outresearch at Subaru Telescope. She is still exploring and discovering art and her interests. Lisa previously taught Digital Animation for YAS during 2022 Summer Art Camp week 2. Learn More
  • Drips & Smudges (exterior muraling)

    Kellie Miyazu's picture
    Bio:
    What is your background?I’m a graduate of the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo, with my BA in Art. I attended California College of the Arts in the Bay Area for part of my education. I’ve been a freelance painter and graphic designer for the past few years. In 2015 I began teaching art at Waiakeawaena Elementary, UH Hilo Center for Community Engagement, and the E.B. Learn More
  • Creatures From Your Nightmares & Dreams (3D fiber and paper sculpture)

    Mary Milelzcik's picture
    Bio:
    Mary Milelzcik has a B.A. degree from Sonoma State University’s School of Expressive Arts, a radical two-year upper division interdisciplinary experimental program where you worked with a mentor, and chose your own path in upper-division. Printmaking and papermaking were her focus. This transformative experience set the path for an interesting career as a mixed media artist and photographer; as the Curator at Highways Performance Space and Gallery in Santa Monica CA for ten years; and as an artist and instructor of papermaking, mixed media encaustic art, and printmaking.  Learn More
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